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April 2015 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Reform Magazine

Jesus, Mary and the “They”

21/04/2015 |

Lance Stone shines a light on a shadowy presence in the Easter story

The scene from John’s Gospel of the first Easter morning presents us with the usual array of characters who play their part in the drama: Mary Magdalene, … Read More

A good question: How much equality is there in the Church?

21/04/2015 |

Each month we ask one question and get four answers. This month: How much equality is there in the Church?



This is an extract from the April 2015 edition of Reform.

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Jumble sales of the apocalypse: A parable and raging hormones

27/03/2015 |

I was in synagogue the other day, marvelling at a reading from the Book of Genesis. It’s not that I’m Jewish, it’s just that my dad has been the Gentile organist at a Reform synagogue, sabbath by sabbath, for the … Read More

How to vote

27/03/2015 |

Well, you put an X in the box. But Nick Spencer believes you 
can make more of your say in the 2015 election

Like a sleep-deprived asthmatic at the starting line, the 2015 general election campaign looks and feels exhausted … Read More

Christian Activist: Show up

27/03/2015 |

Andy Flannagan urges believers to get political

“We are calling Christians participate in the political process”

No one seems to be certain who first coined the famous phrase: “Decisions are made by those who show up.” Its alleged authors range … Read More

Pádraig Ó Tuama interview: The missing peace

26/03/2015 |

Pádraig Ó Tuama talks to Stephen Tomkins about where to find peace and reconcilliation

Poetry and peace are the business of Pádraig Ó Tuama. Reform readers might remember his powerful poem “Shaking Hands” in the February 2014 edition. Since then, … Read More